So, I listened to the episode this morning and I can only say, we failed Paul. We clearlydidn't put it out there into the universe like I hoped we would. This is on us, and for that, I offer my sincerest apologies. Maybe we're just not going at this the right way. Maybe we have to appeal more to his ego. We need to sweeten the pot. Obviously he is tuning in everyday to hear what is being said on the podcast, but I guess he hasn't heard anything that has made him think it is a good idea. With that being said, how about these suggestions?
Suggestion 1: We, as a community, set out to write the greatest Stallone movie ever made! Paul can set the stage by maybe writing a page or giving us a premise. Then we come onto the boards and write the next page/scene. We could either have Paul pick the best on air and then the challenge is offered up again, or we could just do it in a Round Robin style. Once we have the greatest Stallone film ever written, we offer it to Stallone, giving him full "written-by" credit and the assurance that it will make Avengers level money at the box office.
Suggestion 2: Maybe a segment that allows Paul and the listeners an opportunity to say how Stallone has directly impacted their lives. I am not trying to say we start our own religion (unless you all want to...), just a very personal and heartfelt testimonial about how allowing Sly into our lives has made us better people.
I'll go first: The year was 1993 and the movie was Cliffhanger. I was 12 or 13 years old, and although I was certainly aware of Stallone at this point, I think this was my first real cinematic exposure to him. We all know the scene: Stallone dangling across a windy chasm, desperately trying to safe this poor woman's life. She looks in his eyes in terror and he tells her, "I'm not gonna let you fall!" Since this is a movie, of course she has to die, but I remember thinking at the time "That's me up there" (The woman, obviously), and I said to myself, "He won't let go...He'll NEVER let go."
That's good to hear, Paul! Although, equally important, does this entrepreneur happen to know Sylvester Stallone?
well thats a relief. just dont love yourself too much ... youll go blind
The Motel is FINE! It's really not that dirty and I've met a really nice entrepreneur next store. But right now it's all about getting better, feeling better and loving myself again.
hmmm?, someones going to have to ask tyler P if thats ok. maybe we just found the plot of tyler perrys temptation 2: confessions of a motel room attendant
But what if the wallpaper has a snozzberry on it? He's got to lick that shit, right?
its sad to hear paul is staying in a motel now. i wasnt expecting it to go this far. if i could just give him some advise while he is in this situation ... dont lick anything ... i know its tempting but for the love of god dont do it .. thanks to tyler perry we all know the consequences of giving into temptation